As I'm sure most of you have noticed by now, the "retro" or "vintage" look is still very spot-on, even after being trendy for such a long period of time. I am so very inspired by the photos I've been seeing, that today, I am going to show you 3 key ways to go vintage, without having to re-vamp your entire wardrobe.
Mind you of course, it completely depends on the period you are going for, but I feel these 3 things sum up the "vintage" look quite nicely.
For those who are like me and have rather puffy hair, a baret might be a better way to go for the baret (I've seen pictures of baret-esque hats dating as far back as the 1930's), but the floppy hat is synonomous with vintage chic, as well as protecting skin throughout the ages!
There is documentation as far back as the 1940's of the classic sun dress. Naturally of course, the lengths vary depending on the decade, but the shape has pretty much remained the same. The classic sun dress has always looked chic and been a cool way to pass the summer days.